Edda

Edda

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Penguin Putnam
When your whole world is virtual, what is reality?
Everyone in the universe of Edda is made of pixels—except for Penelope. While her body is kept alive in a hospital bed, her avatar runs free, able to go anywhere and do anything, including create deadly weapons for Edda’s ruler, her guardian Lord Scanthax. When Scanthax decides to invade another virtual world, Erik/Cindella from Epic and Ghost from Saga become part of the story—and soon the virtual universes are alive with fighting, alight with bombs, and brought together by three teenagers who want peace and understanding.

With its blend of action, technology, subversion, and politics, Conor Kostick’s Epic Trilogy is the next best thing to gaming.


Random House, Inc.
When your whole world is virtual, what is reality?

Everyone in the universe of Edda is made of pixels—except for Penelope. While her body is kept alive in a hospital bed, her avatar runs free, able to go anywhere and do anything, including create deadly weapons for Edda’s ruler, her guardian Lord Scanthax. When Scanthax decides to invade another virtual world, Erik/Cindella from Epic and Ghost fromSaga become part of the story—and soon the virtual universes are alive with fighting, alight with bombs, and brought together by three teenagers who want peace and understanding.


With its blend of action, technology, subversion, and politics, Conor Kostick’s Epic Trilogy is the next best thing to gaming.



Baker & Taylor
In the virtual world of Edda, ruler Scanthax decides he wants to invade another virtual world, embroiling the universes of Edda, Saga, and Epic in war, with only three teenagers to try to restore peace.

Publisher: Firebird, 2012
ISBN: 9780142421482
Branch Call Number: CANCELLED

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Oct 23, 2015

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Jul 01, 2012

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Tolkienfan2
Apr 06, 2015

I enjoyed this book very much. I know others have commented that it's not as good as Epic or Saga, but I personally found all three books highly engaging and Edda a good conclusion to the series.

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RachaelMadison
Jul 01, 2012

To view my full review, visit my book blog @ http://www.moosubi.blogspot.com/
Long story short, this was a pretty well written book, but not nearly as good as Epic or Saga.

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RachaelMadison
Jul 01, 2012

Everyone in the virtual universe of Edda is made of pixels-except Penelope. While her body is kept alive in a hospital bed, her avatar runs free, able to go anywhere and do anything, including create deadly weapons for Edda's ruler, her guardian, Lord Scanthax. When Scanthax decides he wants to invade another virtual world, Erik/Cindella from Epic and Ghost from Saga become part of the story-and soon the virtual universes are alive with fighting, alight with bombs, and brought together by three teenagers who want peace and understanding. This is the third and final book in Conor Kostick's trilogy.

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RachaelMadison
Jul 01, 2012

Violence: Fantasy violence

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